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Spiders are predatory, venomous and can be very aggressive. Luckily, most spiders in the Pacific Northwest aren't a threat to humans.
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There are only two types of Arizona spiders that typically cause serious harm to humans. Identifying these spiders may help avoid pain.
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A variety of venomous spiders call Arizona their home. Western Exterminator identifies the most prevalent kinds and ways to get rid of them.
Dr. Nancy Troyano shares insight on how to identify spider bites from other types of bites and how to avoid being bitten by spiders.
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The giant crab spider may not be deadly, but it has a painful bite and is common in Arizona. Call Western Exterminator if you have spiders.
One of the most common fears is arachnophobia or the fear of spiders. Learn the facts about spiders and spider species.
Hobo spiders are common in the pacific northwest, and can potentially be dangerous. Learn the facts about their webs, bites, and more.
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